Submit your story to the Momaya Short Story Competition 2014
The Momaya Press Short Story Competition accepts entries on any topic in the fiction genre.This year’s unifying theme is captivity, so if you’re seeking ideas check out our inspiration page. We are accepting entries now with a closing date of 30 April 2014.
Momaya Annual Review 2012 – Now on sale
Heat is theme for the Momaya Annual Review 2012. First Place ”Encephalartos” impressed all of the judges. The heady, fertile world of the botannical garden provides a sharp contrast with the dessicated spectre of the protagonist’s wife, who somehow manages to loom over the story despite never actually appearing. In Second Place “Whisky and Honey”, dark deeds and betrayal mix with tenderness and heroism for a powerful story set in the oppressive heat of an urban summer. The protagonist’s personal history is revealed, carefully and cleverly, to build sympathy for a character who at first seems unredeemable in the Third Place “The Interview”. The thirteen stories in this collection treat the theme in unexpected and varied ways that deliver an entertaining reading experience.
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Mark Fink has Published Two Novels
Mark Fink has written two young adult novels: Stepping Up (2009) and The Summer I Got a Life (2010), both published by Westside Books. Stepping Up was named best book by the Nevada Young Readers competition in its age division. He is now working on a play, a dark comedy.